- n a small cut
- n a glancing contact with the ball off the edge of the cricket bat
- v hit a glancing blow with the edge of the bat
- v cut slightly, with a razor
- A swish, a swoosh, the snick-snack-snick of dueling blades--the nice thing about swordplay is that it doesn't make a lot of noise.
- The dominant sounds in the area were the bellow of police bullhorns and the snick of snipers' bullets from a nearby housing development.
- Planned to save words in print and speech, acronyms have created new ones instead (radar, sonar, loran) and even corrupted spelling, producing "snick" out of SNCC and "rotsy" from .
News & Articles
- College presidents find smaller can be better
After five scandal-plagued years as University of North Carolina chancellor, Holden Thorp was downright ecstatic to start over on a campus where the term "student-athlete" doesn't evince snick…
Nov. 3, 2013 - Forest City Summit
- Dan Issel in Chicago Daily Herald
Coach Van Der Snick was so instrumental in me being a decent basketball player,said Issel, who went on to be a 2-time All-American at Kentucky who averaged 25.7 points a game, then scored over 27,000 points in his ABA and NBA career.
- Zana Briski in Chicago Sun-Times
She's the head-lopper,Briski says with satisfaction. "She cuts through illusion, but it's in the form of -- snick! -- cutting the head off."